Can I recognize the numbers on Raspberry PI of the first model and OpenCV?



  • Thought I'd try to use a computer vision on Raspberry PI's first model, but I don't know if I'd have enough iron to get the desired result. What's the iron for? Can I make a number recognition, like, or get into some primitive function?



  • RasPI contains an excellent MIPI CSI interface for cameras, state chambers (acquired separately) allow the use of fullHD/30, HD/60 VGA/90. The RasPI processor may not be enough. FullHD won't last, and you certainly don't need FullHD.

    • Take an extra long-focused object for RasPI camera. Amazon of their pile, focus on a certain range where The number of passing cars is the most visible.
    • Take the VGA video.
    • for recognition can be used http://www.openalpr.com/ RasPI will be
      Of course, to keep up because Tesseract is using. But they say
      It's patient.

    You can. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_single-board_computers It's not like small, but it's mandatory for MIPI CSI CSI and that the cameras are ready for service.

    Good video- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBAOdj8HABc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZcMPemzifbQ




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